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After Failed Coup, Maduro Moves Against Members Of Venezuelan Opposition

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Opposition leader Juan Guaidó (left) stands with first vice president Edgar Zambrano before a session of the National Assembly in Caracas in January. Zambrano was arrested Wednesday night. Federico Parra/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, pictured in March, said he plans to tell his Russian counterpart, Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, that Moscow must stop meddling in the Venezuelan crisis. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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An anti-government protester walks near a bus that was set on fire by other protesters during clashes between rebel and loyalist soldiers in Caracas, Venezuela, on Tuesday. Fernando Llano/AP hide caption

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An anti-government protester calls for help as she and another woman help a fellow demonstrator who has been overcome by tear gas during clashes with security forces, in Caracas, Venezuela, on Wednesday. Fernando Llano/AP hide caption

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Pro-Maduro Court Orders Arrest Of Prominent Opposition Leader Leopoldo López

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Gusmary Añez sits in a tent with two of her children. She and her husband, along with their four children, had been sleeping outdoors in Maicao, a Colombian town near the Venezuelan border. Now they live in one of 60 tents at the camp that house more than 300 Venezuelans. John Otis for NPR hide caption

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Venezuelans Find Temporary Lifeline At Colombia's First Border Tent Camp

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Venezuelan opposition leader and self-proclaimed acting president Juan Guaido stands under the national flag during a gathering with supporters after members of the Bolivarian National Guard joined his campaign to oust President Nicolas Maduro, in Caracas on April 30. Federico Parra/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Things in Venezuela are so bad that patients who are hospitalized must bring not only their own food but also medical supplies like syringes and scalpels as well as their own soap and water, a new report says. Barcroft Media/Getty Images hide caption

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Caminantes walk back toward Venezuela on the road between Bogotá and Socorro, Colombia. Thousands cross the border each day. Many head back to their home country after failing to find work or shelter. Ryan Kellman/NPR hide caption

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Chronicles Of A Venezuelan Exodus: More Families Flee The Crisis On Foot Every Day

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